Simple Neural Network
While teaching myself some of the basics of AI,
I came to the quick realization that I needed to learn more about
artificial neural networks, otherwise referred to as neural nets
or ANN. After several weeks of research into the area, I resolved
to create a simple neural network package for my personal work which
would serve both the purpose of personal education and application
Since that time, I have used my ANN package for
several pet projects, including a naive approach for the poker
project. Each time I used the package, I required more functionality
and speed from it, thus after several uses, it is now a highly optimized
and considerably functional neural network package for C++.
I am releasing this code in the hopes that some
interested person(s) will be able to use my code to increase their
awareness of this subject area.
The current copyright on this code does not allow
its use for commercial purposes. If you wish to use this code in
a commercial fashion, please contact me.
If you like this project, or have any comments/questions/suggestions
about neural networks, please feel free to send
me an email - I'd be happy to hear from you.
Project started in early
2004, latest version completed in July 2006. Current version is
2.1 written in C++.
By downloading this code, you agree to the following:
Copyright 2006 William Dudziak. This code and associated
documentation and files may be distributed in its entirety for
non-commercial purposes only, provided this copyright notice is
in every copy made, and proper credit is attributed to its author,
Dudziak made apparent on any distributed product. All other rights
reserved by the author.
This code and associated documentation and files are provided "as
with no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including,
not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness
particular purpose, and non-infringement.
For further information, visit: http://www.dudziak.com.
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Optimized Neural Network Library for C++